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Allen Ginsberg discusses the importance of and references in Jack Kerouac's Mexico City Blues. Plays significant portion of a reading Kerouac did, accompanied by a jazz pianist.
This audio is part of the collection: Naropa Poetics Audio Archives
It also belongs to collection: Audio Books & Poetry
Artist/Composer: Ginsberg, Allen
Creative Commons license: Attribution-NoDerivs-NonCommercial
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|Ginsber Mexico City Blues July 1988||
Subject: Ginsberg - Kerouac class
Great recording! I don't know where else I would ever hear Kerouac reading his own work. Thank you!
Subject: "the sound in your mind..."
about 20+ minutes of Jack Kerouac reading in the middle.
0: Allen discusses impact and critical reception of Kerouac's work.
18:55 1959 Keroauc reading Deadbelly and others
43:00: Allen resumes discussion about conditions Mex City Bls was written in "big cup of black coffee..."
45: Mind is Shapely, reads 195th chorus
49:50: 146th chorus
53:30: 63rd chorus
54: 49th chorus
57:50: 18th chorus